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Very nice, enjoy smile.gif Crimson is a bit troublesome with overclocks and Crossfire to this point but works great on a single stable card. Hopefully a few issues will be ironed out when the RTTR optimisations are released with 16.1.1 Crimson.

I noticed that with the latest beta. As soon as I installed it, my previous oc was unstable and crashed.

Went back to the latest whql and works perfectly again
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I just upgraded my rig from a 290x recently so sign me up tongue.gif


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I noticed that with the latest beta. As soon as I installed it, my previous oc was unstable and crashed.
Went back to the latest whql and works perfectly again

How high did you manage to push your fury card?
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How high did you manage to push your fury card?

Right now, i'm still going up in steps.

Current stable is 1070mhz/545mhz with +18mV and power limit +25%
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Right now, i'm still going up in steps.

Current stable is 1070mhz/545mhz with +18mV and power limit +25%

At similar volts my Sapphire Fury X managed 1135/545 whilst my XFX Fury was able to hit 1120/500, so I think you'll be able to squeeze a bit more out at those power levels. 

     
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At similar volts my Sapphire Fury X managed 1135/545 whilst my XFX Fury was able to hit 1120/500, so I think you'll be able to squeeze a bit more out at those power levels. 

Yep, just going up in steps and using a few days worth of gaming to look at stability. No great rush.

Would like 1100mhz core, that'd suit nicely.

Not sure what max mV I can apply safely though...
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Yep, just going up in steps and using a few days worth of gaming to look at stability. No great rush.

Would like 1100mhz core, that'd suit nicely.

Not sure what max mV I can apply safely though...

There are a few here that know the exact numbers better but I was advised early on from @p4inkill3r in particular that you can feed +70mV very safely without issue, and that has proven to be correct for both of my cards. It's good not to rush though, I did the same thing and found different points where I was gaming stable versus benching stable, and am very happy with what I was able to get.


Edited by SuperZan - 2/8/16 at 9:44pm
     
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16.1.1 Crimson driver seems to of fixed alot of missing crossfire settings, ie crossfire profiles, remembering what settings you set it to.

I tried out the fallout 4 crossfire and it finally works, good fps boost but in game it's missing half of the textures. Has anyone else had a go with this yet? I looked for a custom crossfire profile for fallout 4 but I did not see one listed.
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Right now, i'm still going up in steps.

Current stable is 1070mhz/545mhz with +18mV and power limit +25%

Nice thumb.gif How about the temperature with that air cooler after the overclock? Did it get really hot or just a little?
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At similar volts my Sapphire Fury X managed 1135/545 whilst my XFX Fury was able to hit 1120/500, so I think you'll be able to squeeze a bit more out at those power levels. 

Wow so the air cooled Fury actually overclocks better than the water cooled Fury X.

Is it because the Fury is equipped with a custom PCB and cooler compared to the Fury X?
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16.1.1 Crimson driver seems to of fixed alot of missing crossfire settings, ie crossfire profiles, remembering what settings you set it to.

I tried out the fallout 4 crossfire and it finally works, good fps boost but in game it's missing half of the textures. Has anyone else had a go with this yet? I looked for a custom crossfire profile for fallout 4 but I did not see one listed.

Are you playing it at 4k with max settings?
Edited by Baldrex - 2/2/16 at 5:32am
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Nice thumb.gif How about the temperature with that air cooler after the overclock? Did it get really hot or just a little?

So far I've noticed no difference in temps. However, ambients are changing massively, one day it's 16c and sunny, next day it's snowing.

In gaming with a custom fan profile, I don't see it over 60c... It's a stupid cool card. The fan is nowhere near 100% either.
Edited by 98uk - 2/2/16 at 5:54am
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Wow so the air cooled Fury actually overclocks better than the water cooled Fury X.
I wouldn't go that far. My Fury X benches at 1180/590 and there are some guys that get 1200MHz on the core.
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6812511
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